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[software]Byte Bandit - Rinzai Satori
Byte Bandit is a video slot machine (as if there aren'tenough of those already).  There's music, mirth, merriment, andfun for the whole family (don't believe me?  Just ask Grandma!).Byte Bandit is just like being in Las Vegas, except for theobvious differences (like you're in your home or obvious, itrains a lot more where you are, etc).
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Board games
Downloads: 34
[software]XAPTRON - J. Brook Monroe ("Rinzai Satori")
XAPTRON is mind-bogglingly simple. Stuff shoots at you. You shoot back. It's hard to get simpler than that. If I was in the right kind of mood, I'd write some sort of science-fiction flak whereby the little things that shoot at you are called "drones" or "seekers" or something ("Srones?" "Deekers?") and you're in a warp-drive spaceship bound for Planet Xandar to depose the evil Star Emperor Mungle the Snootful, but that's not the kind of mood I'm in...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Action games
Downloads: 24
[software]Satori - J. Brook Monroe ("Rinzai Satori")
"Satori is a solitaire game played on a 10x10 board, with 60 different tiles. Each tile has a path segment on it, in one of five different colors: red, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The tiles are shuffled, and then drawn one at a time from the stack. The point of the game is to place the tiles on the board in such a way as to create the longest possible connected path, by placing any given tile next to a tile with a connecting path segment...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Board games
Downloads: 24
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